According to Transactional Track Record's monthly M&A Report, Latin America's mergers and acquisitions market closed the first eleven months of the year with a slight decrease in the number of transactions and a drop in moved capital, compared with the same period of 2017. Based on the ranking of analyzed countries, Peru and Colombia recorded an increase in moved capital, while the number of transactions fell slightly in Colombia and remained steady in Peru. Meanwhile, Mexico registered a small increase in the number of transactions, though their aggregate value decreased, compared with the same period of 2017. Argentina and Chile showed less dynamism both in the number of transactions and in their value. Lastly, Brazil registered similar figures in the number of transactions, but its moved capital dropped slightly. The report also provides a complete analysis correlating the market's most active sectors, as well as the most prominent transactions of the cross-border segment.
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